In the tax accountant training course at our school, students do not only study taxation and accounting, but also learn about the overall management of companies that require these skills. In this class, we will learn what is wrong and what is unnatural in corporate management by reading financial statements, etc., and learn what we can read from the numbers about the management structure of the company.
In the fourth day of the class, we will have a comprehensive review of the class. On the fourth day of class, we used a case study of a general electronics manufacturer and discussed the issues of corporate management and their analysis in a class discussion, using the actual financial statements disclosed to the public, using the methods of corporate analysis that we had learned over the first four days. Students will be able to decipher the realities of management from the numbers in the three financial tables, including financial statements, such as what is generating how much profit and what is a major burden to management, whether it is worth investing in, and when to make major management decisions. Students learned how to use financial statements to analyze companies, how to calculate corporate value, how to find out what makes a company valuable, and how to read the numbers to find out what the credit situation is like in these companies and how management continuity is built.
In the Certified Public Tax Accountant Training Course, you can aim to be exempted from up to three subjects out of the total 11 subjects of the Certified Public Tax Accountant Examination, of which five subjects are required to pass. In the Accounting and Finance Course of this program, students can apply for exemption from the Certified Public Tax Accountant Examination in one accounting subject, and in the Tax Law Course, students can apply for exemption in two tax law subjects.
In addition, by completing both the Accounting and Finance Course and the Tax Law Course, it is possible to be exempted from up to three subjects of the Certified Public Tax Accountant Examination. All graduates who have applied for exemption from the Certified Public Tax Accountant Examination to the National Tax Agency after completing this program have received the exemption and registered as Certified Public Tax Accountants.